The Ocala evening star


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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )


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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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For All cl liirC
VOL 18.
NO. 281.


are unoraniME
and you miss that fine feeling
of exhilaration which follows
a copious morning operation,
you should put a small quan quantity
tity quantity of Simmons Red Z Liver
Regulator (The Powder Form)
on the tongue and wash it
down with a little water.
Its action in the system is
purifying and strengthening.
It drives out hard impactions
and impurities and gives tone
to the muscular structuro of
the bowels. It overcomes tho
tendency to chronic constipa constipation,
tion, constipation, relieves a bloated feeling
in the abdomen, sweetens the
breath, and promotes vigor of
body, mental alertness and
cheerful spirits.
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Sold by Dealers, Price, large package, $1.00.
Ak for th caaiB with b Bad Z on tb label.
If yom canao get it. ramit t mm will aead it by
naii. postpaid. Simmon Liver KfnlaUr la pat ap
a)aa ia Itqaid form far tboaa who prefer it. Vrice,
l.0 per bettla. Look for tha Red Z label.
l&ZEUa&CO, Prop St Louis, Ua.

Office over Monroe & Chamhlis B'k.
Rooms 9, lO and II. Second Floor.
Holder Block.
Office. Over Commercial Bunk
Office Hoars, 8 to 12 m. 1 to ft
p. in. 11 tone 211.
Physician and Surgeon
(Jeneral Practice Calls Made Prompt Promptly
ly Promptly Wight or Day.
Special Attention to Obstetrics. Dis Diseases
eases Diseases of Women, and Children.
Office Rooms 1, 2. 3. 5 and 6. Holdei
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Office No. 333: Residence No. 333
Special Equipment for Treating; New,
Throat, LHg and Skla Dlseaaea
Office hours 1 to 4 p. m. Phones:
Office. 444; Residence. 445. Over Mun Mun-roe
roe Mun-roe &. Clambliss Bank. Ocala. Fla.
Funeral Directors
Undertakers and Erabalmers
Fine Caskets and Burial Robes
D. E. H'lVER. Funeral Director
All Work Dcte by Licensed Em Em-balmers
balmers Em-balmers and Fullr Gnaranteotl.
Phones: D. E. Mdver. 104; San
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lege College of Veterinary Surgeons.
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Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
Ixdy Assistant when required
Cells Answered Promptly Wight
cr Day. to All Parts of City
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Parlors Located Deck of Frank's
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Denerlptloa of a Great Marios Coonty
Farm and Other Iatereatlag;

Martin. April 26. The ideal of farm farming
ing farming In Central Florida a score of years
ago was not what it Is today nor was
the practice what Is seen today. One
of the most gratifying of the Indus-?
tries being developed is that of farm farming
ing farming and farming so that it will pay.
The forests are being cleared because
the world wants rosin and turpentine
and lumber and Florida will be rich
for many years if the cleared area is
developed by atea ef industry, men
who have faith In farming and who
know how to farm. The need of Flo Florida
rida Florida today Is for thousands of men who
want to develop vineyards, orchards,
truck farms and straight farms. The
side lines of swine and cattle raising
promise enough when- coupled with the
others to make men prosperous and
The present season has been a little
wet but with dry weather for harvest harvesting
ing harvesting the first vegetables, returns prom promise
ise promise to be satisfactory.
Laborers, are In great demand. A
hundred men could find work in the
section at remunerative wages. Many
farmers have paid as much as $1.25 for
plow hands. Hoe hands and vege vegetable
table vegetable gatherers are in great demand.
One of the largest farmers in the sec section
tion section Is Mr. Tiller of the firm of J. N.
Tiller & Co. He purchased the E. C.
McLeod lands a mile and a half from
Martin. Mr. Tiller has. as it were re rebuilt
built rebuilt this farm and today has one of
the prettiest farms in Central Florida.
He has under fence nearly seven hun hundred
dred hundred acres and most of it under a high
state of cultivation. The barns are
large, the farm. is well stocked with
hogs, there being over 500. Improved
cattle have just been added. A fine
small orange grove is one of the de desirable
sirable desirable parts of this farm. Recently
the correspondent went over this val valuable
uable valuable property with Mr. Tiller and was
greatly delighted and Interested In the
fine growing crop to be seen.
The watermelon crop Is very prom promising.
ising. promising. 50 acres, with vines three feet
long and in a high state of cultivation
look like one of the finest vegetable
prospects of the section. The Tom
Watson and Kolb Gem varieties are
said to be the most desired by North Northern
ern Northern markets and with this end In view
these varieties have been planted. The
prospects are very bright for a large
The watermelon rows are nearly half
mile long and are clear, of grass. A
thousand pounds of fertilizer of special
mixture have been used, to each acre.
The vines are tenderly nursed till they
begin to spread after which they are
left to mature b5' shine and shower.
The eighty-five acre cantaloupe
patch is equally as interesting. The
vines are healthy arid are putting on
fruit very rapidly. It is thought that
Mr, Tiller's cantaloupes are farther ad advanced
vanced advanced than those of any other grower
in the section. His cantaloupes
seed were especially selected from
the Colorado Rocky Ford region
and from fruit 'that was well nigh
solid and that grew close to the vine.
These seeds cost a deal more than the
regular commercial seed .and will of
course give results because of the care
in their selection. The special mixture
of a .thousand pounds of fertilizer per
acre on these cantaloupes is showing
results already. An early crop with
a hundred crate per acre yield has been
predicted by experienced cantaloupe
! men.
This excellent farm also has a bean
patch of 50 acres. These beans are now
being picked and sent to Northern
markets. They are the choice Golden
Wag variety. A great many cars will
be loaded judging from the prospects
of blooms and young beans that load
the vines.
A cucumber patch of three acres un under
der under intensive cultivation show what
the prolific sands of Florida will do
when mixed with brains and turned
with industry. This patchy will fill
several hundred crates within the next
few days.
Four acres of cabbages have filled
many crates that have brought top
notch prices, as this has been "cabbage
A "sweet corn" field of several acres
for early trade In Northern markets
shows the possibility of the early sea season
son season In Florida.
Regular farm corn field has in It 140
acres while 130 acres are planted to
velvet beans. Near by Is a "small pea
patch" of only fifty acres. A pea nut
field of 50 acres of pea nuts and 35
acres of chufas are the fattening prov provender
ender provender for the hogs to be slaughtered
in the falL
Mr. Tiller uses the latest labor sav saving
ing saving devices. The crops show wonderful
regularity due to machine planters.
Fertilizers distributors" and spreaders,
mowers and binders, hay presses and
late plows are considered as great
money nakers and labor savers by this
great farmer.
It Is Mr. Tiller's plan to remove every
stump from the fields he cultivates and
to use machinery for doing everything
He also is adding a horse and mule
growing department.
This farm gives employment at some
seasons to two hundred persons and a
smaller force Is kept busy the year
round. Only a few years ago the lands
embraced in this farm were known as
cut '"over lands and few had faith In
them to fence them for them. Now
they could not be bought for less than
$50 per acre. It is predicted that such
lands will see a higher price within the
next few years. The forage needed for
thirty mules has been grown on this
Several hundred bales of hay are now
in the barns and the farm shows a
credit in favor of its products after all
expenses have been taxed against It..
Mr. Tiller at present Is one of the
largest naval stores operators in the
state but after a few more years of
activity he plans to retire and spend
his time on this farm that will by then
have a thousand acres for stock range
and plant cuture.
What Mr. Tiller has done in the way
of developing this great farm others
may do. It Is certainly. worth trying.
The Martin Crate 'Mill will soon be begin
gin begin making baskets and crates. This
will make work for many more hands.
Reliable colored families... .that want
steady work are invited to apply to the

firm. This mill will probably run the
! year round.
! The Martin & Co.'s Pusrar Hammock

j Farms is one of the largest farm in
the state. The junior member of the
I firm, Y. W. Martin has demonstrated
jgreat ability as a farm developer and
manager. His crops of beans and cant
aloupes and melons are promising, me
large dealers are already establishing
communlcatians with him.
Knoblock Rro.s. saw mill is running
steadily. It has cut recently a large
bill of lumber for the new buildings
being erected by Fes?enden Academy.
E. P. Townsend has fine crops of
beans and melons. His general farm
interests are large.
N. J. Townsend is directing Martin &
Co.'s crate mill.
N. W. Teuton shipped firt bean?
from thl.s section.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Irby Knoblock sympathize with them
in the loss of their infant daughter.
William Knoblock has moved back
to his old farm and is doing splen splendidly.
didly. splendidly. L. F. Teuton who is interested in a
store here has also built up a good bus business
iness business in meat and groceries in Ocala.
He comes quite often to urge the busi business
ness business here.
Mr. Samuel Slack is kept very busy
with his mercantile and vegetable in interests.
terests. interests. He plans to establish a new
branch of his store out on the new rail railroad,
road, railroad, about six miles west of Martin.
Everyone i3 busy that wants work.
In fact any man who does not want
work has to dodge for never was there
a greater demand for laborers. Many
families have been brought down form
South Carolina but these do not begin
to fill the demand.
The Road Repair Crew is now re repairing
pairing repairing the Tacksonville-Ocala road. It
is very bar'ly needed and will be wel welcomed
comed welcomed to autoists and teamsters alike
as the ruts and bad places made it dan dangerous
gerous dangerous in some places. It is hoped that
this road can be made twice as wide
as it now is i? the travel is very heavy
and the nairowness makes it quite
dangerous since automobile and wagon
travel must all be in the same narrow
space of nine feet.
Electioneers have been through "but "buttonholing"
tonholing" "buttonholing" the farmers. Rut the whole
section has been so busy till the issues
have been somewhat neglected owing
to the heavy crops and the work re
quired' to keep them "out of the grass."
As mercury will surely destroy the
sense of smell and completely derange
the whole system when entering it
through the mucous surface"sT Such
articles should never be used except
on prescriptions from reputable physi physicians,
cians, physicians, as the damage they will do is
ten fold to the good you can possibly
derive from them. Hall's Catarrh
Cure, manufactured by F. J. Cneney &.
Co., Toledo. O., contains no mercury,
and is taken internally, acting direct
ly upon the blood and mucous sur surfaces
faces surfaces of the system. In buying Hall's
Catarrh Cure be sure you get the
genuine. It is taken internally and
made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney
& Co. Testimonials free. Sold by
druggists. Price 75c. per bottle. Take
Hall's Family Pills for constipation
El Paso. Texas. April 26. Accord According
ing According to advices just received here the
state of Sinaloa. like Chihuahua, is
now in rebel hands.
On April 9. 500 rebels attacked Na Na-volato
volato Na-volato and drove out the garrison of
Shortly after this fight President
Madero recalled all his troops from
the state and the district was left
without a government.
The Mexican state of Sinaloa. lying
along the coast south of Sonora and
west of the state of Durango. has an
area of about three-quarters as large
as that of the state of New York, a
population of 300,000 and rich agricul agricultural
tural agricultural and mineral resources.
Hhm Cnred AX'orwe raNrn and You Can
Try It at Our Rik
Yes, try Zemo. That's all you need
do to get rid of the worst case of ec eczema.
zema. eczema. You take no chance, it is no ex experiment.
periment. experiment. Zemo is positively guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed to stop itching, rash, raw, bleed bleeding
ing bleeding eczema, make a pimpled face
smooth and clean. Zemo is a wonder
and the minute applied It sinks In,
vanishes, leaves no evidence, doesn't
stick, no grease, just a pure, clean,
wonderful liquid and it cures. This
is guaranteed. Zemo is put up by the
E. W. Rose Medicine Co., St. Louis, Mo.,
and sold by all druggists throughout
America, and in Ocala by the Post of office
fice office Drugstore.
w He Bob I'p With a Chance to
Get Well.
Atlanta. April 26. Reports from Eu Eugene
gene Eugene H. Garce at Newnan are to the
effect that he has so much improved
that wthln a few days he probably
will be able to undergo an operation.
His lung, which was a cause of mueh
Irritation, has about cleared up, and
his physician. Dr. T. S. Bailey, states
the matter of an operation shortly is
now under consideration.
Ablngton, I1L After years of suffer suffering
ing suffering from kidney, bladder and rheu rheumatic
matic rheumatic trouble, was given up to die by
my home doctors. A friend had me to
use one bottle of Hall's Texas Wonder
and it cured me. Mrs. Wm. Cline. Sold
by druggists.
Torpedo Practice Came Xear Sending
Crolxer Maryland to the Bottom.
Los Angeles, April 2S. It is reported
that the United States cruiser Mary Maryland
land Maryland was struck last night by a torpe torpedo
do torpedo during torpedo practice. The tor torpedo
pedo torpedo Is said to have pierced one of the
plates, flooding a compartment. The
Maryland is inside the breakwater and
has a decided list to starboard.
The correct treatment for cuts,
burns, scalds, wounds, sores, lumbago,
rheumatism or neuralgia is BAL BALLARD'S
ing, healing, penetrating and antiseptic which
is everything that Is needed to effect
a complete cure. Price 25c. 50c and
$1 per bottle. Sold by all druggists.


Landing a I'rUe Flh at Orange Lake.
( oleman Helatew tae Story of
III Prise Capture
W. IT.
Coleman in Field and
Until this season I have had very lit little
tle little interest in fresh water fishing. Sit Sitting
ting Sitting still, holding a pole, fighting mos mosquitoes
quitoes mosquitoes and brushing away sand flies
has never appealed to me as being very
exhilarating or refreshing, especially
when it happened to be a long time be before
fore before a hungry fish came along. Hence
I sought some other form or recreation
far suiniiit-r, while qua.!', shooting has
been a very satisfying recreation for
winter half holidays which I think a
fmsy pastor ought to take each week.
I ;ut I have been an interested reader
of Field and Stream for about a year.
Then too last spring, 1 formed the ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance and friendship of an inter interesting
esting interesting man from Michigan, who is an
erthusiastic fisherman, especially bait
casting for black bass. And my being
a native of Missouri, he "showed me
how." It is needless to say that I have
experienced a change of heart on the
fishing proposition. He kindly taught
me the art and for the first season I
have had a fair degree of success for a
At noon. Aug. 21, 1911, my merchant
friend, L. F. Ballard, and I set out for
Orange Lake. ,'This body of water lies
northwest of Ocala. "Before the freeze"
of Feb. 1835, Orange Lake was the cen center
ter center of Florida's citrus region. Its
shores were fringed with beautiful
groves whirli yielded splendid crops of
luscious u:vi.0'es and grape fruit. Many
beautiful homes overlooked the lake
and the Southern hospitality made life
interesting in the balmy Southland,
adding to the pleasure numerous small
craft plied the waters of the lake. At
this time a number of groves have been
resuscitated, but much of the rich land
is now given over to truck farming.
A ride of twenty miles brought, us to
the lake and as the afternoon was part partly
ly partly cloudy we felt confident of getting
a good string of fish, though we did not
expect to land any of the 12, 15. or 18
pound bass that we h-ad heard of being
caught in years gone by. Mr. Ballard
said that lie could not cast but would
enjoy rowing the boat. We secured a
boat and pulled through the lilies and
beds of moss about a half a mile to
open water. By casting around the
edges of these deeper parts of the lake,
near the lilies and moss. I have gener generally
ally generally been able to get a good catch.
On tli is? particular afternoon I cast
for more than an hour without being
aide to get a strike. Mr, Ballard re remarked
marked remarked that we were certainly having
"fisherman's luck" this afternoon. A
breeze sprung up rippling the water
nirely. I soon caught a few bass aver averaging
aging averaging about two pounds each. Then
one weighing about five pounds gave
a fine fight for a few minutes.
Then J made several casts without a
rise. Another east of about 100 feet
over the same place seemed to be a fail failure,
ure, failure, but when the line was about' half
reeled in I felt the tug. I tightened
my grasp on the rod and reel, set the
hook and realized at once that I had a
large fish. At first it was a "tug of
war." Me made a number of plunges
for the bottom of the lake. As Mr. Bal Ballard
lard Ballard saw the line going out and noted
the semi-circular form assumed by the
rod as the rushes were checked, he said
"he is a whopper, be careful or you will
lose him." Finding more resistance than
was comfortable in his efforts to seek
ile cool depths, the fish next tried to
free himself on the surface, churning
the water and making a number of
short leaps toward the boat. My best
efforts were put forth to keep the line
tight. Coming near the boat he saw
us. apparently not desiring a more in intimate
timate intimate acquaintance, he again started
for the bottom of the lake. These
plunges were gradually checked. Then
came a rush toward the boat and in
spite of rapid reeling he rushed under
the boat and out on the opposite side.
Mr. Ballard gave vent to my feelings
when he said "I guess you have lost
him." And for a space of time I lost
all hope of landing him. Instantly I
thrust the tip of the rod down Into the
water, deep enough to hold the line
clear of the boat in order to prevent
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cutting on a projecting nail or splinter.
By rowing the boat and manipulating
the rod we soon had the line from un under
der under the boat and were" greatly relieved
to find the fish still holding to his end
of the proposition. Mr. Ballard said
"now we've got him sure." The signs
of exhaustion began to show. His
rushes were shorter and more easily
checked. In a few minutes I drew him
to the side of the boat, reached for the
gaff hook and a moment more and he
was safe in the bottom of the boat.
Naturally we remarked that he was
a fine specimen and began guessing
his weight. Some fishermen, who made
their living by fishing, who happened
to come up at the time, declared that
he would weigh at least 124 pounds.
Not expecting to get a nrize fish wa

took no scales or tape line. And. un unfortunately,
fortunately, unfortunately, In gaffing him I hooked a
vital part. He bled freely and soon
About dusk we started home and on
reaching Ocala weighed him on tested
scales. Of course the fish was dry and
also shrunken In weight from the loss
of blood, having been dead four hours.
But he tipped the beam at 9 lbs. and 14
ounces. His length was 274 inches.
His girth was 20 Inches. At that time
of night a photo was out of the ques question.
tion. question. The rod used was an "Imperial." 4ft.
and 6 inches in length and weighed 8
ounces. The reel 100 yard Pennel,
"Aright" casting reel. The line was
the Abbie and Impire braided silk No.
55. The lure was the large size Dowag-
lac wooden minnow.
It might be of Itnerest to state that
the following week an afternoon on the
same water yielded me two 5,4 lb. bass,
two of four pounds each and one of 3Vi
lbs. and two pike about twenty inches j
long. Just as we started to row to the
landing. I felt an unusually strong pull,
indicating to me that I had hooked the
largest bass that I had ever seen hook
ed. This fish did not ri se to th sur
face of the water but made his "rushes
so far down as to le out of sight. After
about five minutes he came near the
surface in a good broadside view about
ten feet from the boat. He was a thick
heavy fish and certainly not less than
36 inches long. And I think it conserva conservative
tive conservative to guess him at about 15 lbs. After
another rush ahead of the boat, he
turned toward the boat and freed him
self. Then turning, with his broad tail
he waved us a good bve. I shall not
forget him and hope to land him in the
1912 contest. W. IT. Coleman.
IVrMona Who Hare Tried DodMon'M
Liver Tone Find It Safer Than
Calomel and JiiMt am Sure
Dodson's Liver Tone is a vegetable
substitute for calomel that starts the
liver to work just as successfully as
calomel does, and hundreds of persons
have stopped using the vowerful drug
calomel to use Dodson's Liver Tone,
mild vegetable liquid. Instead. Calo Calomel
mel Calomel often shakes up the liver too
much, and brings on bad after-effects
and sometimes salivation a terrible
The Court Pharmacy sells Dodson's
Liver Tone at fifty cents per large bot bottle,
tle, bottle, and guarantees it to be harmless
to both children and grown-ups. Re Remember
member Remember this guarantee and try a bot bottle,
tle, bottle, next time your liver gets lazy.
Target Practice on Ieeberg Would He
a Silly Waate of Ammunition.
AVashington. April 26. XYhile shoot shooting
ing shooting icebergs to pieces might furnish a
great deal of amusement for the men
aboard United States naval vessels,
such a proceeding would be very ex expensive
pensive expensive and utterly without results, so
far as removing these dangers to navi navigation
gation navigation is concerned, according to naval
officers here. The idea is proposed in
a bill introduced in Congress since the
disaster of the Titanic.
It would be more practical and con considerably
siderably considerably less expensive, one officer
said today, to have the ships locate
dangerous bergs, attach cables to them
and tow them to the South Atlantic to
melt. By firing on an iceberg, he add added,
ed, added, the ships could only knock the top
pieces, thereby causing the berg to bob
farther out of the water. Some of the
icebergs, it was explained, are several
hundred feet wide and more than a
quarter-mile long, with apparently
seven-eights of them under water.
Lies often in a run-down system.
Weakness, nervousness, lack of appe appetite,
tite, appetite, energy and ambition, with disor disordered
dered disordered liver and kidneys often follow
an attack of this wretched disease.
The greatest need then is Electric Bit Bitters,
ters, Bitters, the glorious tonic, blood purifier
and regulator of stomach, liver and
kidneys. Thousands have proved that
they wonderfully strengthen the
nerves, build up the system and re restore
store restore to health and good spirits after
an attack of grip. If suffering, try
them. Only 50 cents. Sold and perfect
satisfaction guaranteed by Tydings &
The people of Grahamville will sus sustain
tain sustain their proverbial hospitality Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, April 27, when they will give a
big picnic dinner, to which all the
candidates and their friends are In Invited.
vited. Invited. The Ocala Northern, and the
City of Ocala will furnish safe and
soon transportation for all people from
this vicinity.
To separate a boy from a box of Buck Buck-len's
len's Buck-len's Arnica Salve. His pimples, boils,
scratches, knocks, sprains and bruises
demand it, and its quick relief for
burns, scalds, or cuts is his right Keep
it handy for boys, also girls. Heals
everything healable and does It quick.
Unequaled for piles. Only 25 cents at
Tydings & Company.
5,000,000 feet, sturapage.
3 orange groves at Lake Weir.
R. L. Martin. Merchant's Block.
Constipation brings many ailments
in its action and is the primary cause
of much sickness. Keep your bowels
regular, madam, and you will escape
many of the ailments to which women
are subject. Constipation is a very
simple thing, but like many simple
things, it may lead to serious conse consequences.
quences. consequences. Nature often needs a little
assistance and when Chamberlain's
Tablets are given at the first Indica Indication,
tion, Indication, much distress and suffering may
be avoided. Sold by all dealers.



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Elttln-er & Carroll Proprietors.
I. R. Carroll, ISBsfness Manager.
' J. II. Benjamin, Editor.
The following from Samuel G.
Blythe, an exceedingly well ported
writer of national repute, in the Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Erening Post, 'is a very good
explanation of why Underwood's heavy
advertising: bills -are being so well
"Wilson took a spurt about the first
of the, year and went out in front
not because he had delegates actually
pledged to him, but because the sen sentiment
timent sentiment for him was trongestand most
widespread.' It was Wilson against
the field. V Naturally ,Wll3on's position
concentrated the opposition of all the
other candidates on him. They went
after him. hammer and tongs. They
forgot their own canvasses in the en endeavor
deavor endeavor to head off. Wilson. And they
had pretty good success. It is doubt doubtful
ful doubtful if the Harvey incident, or the Car Carnegie
negie Carnegie pension application incident, or
the Joline letter Incident had arty such
effect as was expected, though each
may have hurt some. What happened
to Wilson was this: His taking the
lead In the race turned the specific at attention
tention attention of the Eastern half of th
country on him. It aroused the New
York business interests and they be began
gan began to work in earnest not business,
perhaps. In its broadest sense, but, big
business. These men who congregate
. In the lower end of the city of New
York are fanatical in their opposition
to Wilson, They froth at the mouth
when his name is mentioned. The big biggest
gest biggest Individual political ambition of
all those factions that have been for
years potentin politics, without being
actuallyin politics, is ; to defeat Wil Wilson
son Wilson for the nomination. They spread
out -over the country as well as they
could, and the result was an apparent
check to the strength of the Wilson
movement that is, instead of allow
ing vviison to continue at a gallop,
they pulled him down to a walk. In
other words, they made it more dlf
ficult for him."
Cottam, the wireless operator on the
rescue ship Carpathia, and Marconi.
inventor of the wireless telegraph, do
not, show up well In the evidence be
Ing given before the Senate commit
te that is Investigating the loss of the
' All along there have been state
ments afloat to the e.ffect that the op
erators held back the news, so that
they might reap financial -benefits,, and
this was confirmed by no less a per
son that the head of the Marconi sys
Gugllelmo Marconi, president of the
company, told the committee that he
authorized the wireless operators of
tne Carpathia and Titanic to sell their
stories of the great sea catastrophe for
publication. Marconi explained that
In giving consent for the sale of these
stories, he had not attempted in any
way to suppress general information
of the wreck.
The Inventor of wireless telegraphy
denied any knowledge whatsoever of
wireless messages sent to the Carpa Carpathia
thia Carpathia operators telling them to "Keep
your mouths shut" and "Hold out for
your figures." The messages, one of
them signed Marconi, were pieked up
by the United States battleship Flor Florida
ida Florida the night the Carpathia was com coming
ing coming In and forwarded to Secretary of
the Navy Meyer. Marconi declared he
never authorized these messages, but
did .give consent so the operators
could receive money. Marconi told of
repeated attempts he made during
Sunday, Monday and the days follow following
ing following the tragedy for Information.
Senator Smith said to Marconi: "I
would like Jto have, your own best
Judgment as to whether the custom
established by Operator Jack Blnns in
the steamship" Republic 'disaster sell selling
ing selling his news and the privilege you
gave Cottam in the Titanic disaster
had anything to do with your failure
to get this Information and the pub public
lic public deprived of details of this hor horror?"
How Mexican bandits held up his
train, murdered the conductor, attack attacked
ed attacked the passengers and crew, robbed
and beat men and women indiscrim indiscriminately,
inately, indiscriminately, was told by Peter MeFarland,
& locomotive engineer and citizen of
the United States, who is one of the
American refugees in Laredo, Tex.,
from Mexico. MeFarland says the
train was halted by signals between
Silao and Unajuato and immediately
surrounded by armed bandits. Every Everything
thing Everything that was worth -having, possess possessed
ed possessed by the passengers or in the bag baggage
gage baggage and express cars. was taken.
Conductor Kane lost his life when be
struck one of the bandits, who was
beating a woman. Another of the
bandits came up and shot Kane thru
the head.
A dispatch from Pensacola says:
All of the mortars and heavy guns
at Forts McRae and Pickens have been
put out of commission, and the soldiers
here and at Barancas. Instead of or ordinary
dinary ordinary artillery drills, are being drill drilled
ed drilled In Infantry tactics. They are put
.through skirmish and extended order
drills two hours or more every day.
and long-marches along the beach are
included in the program. It is the gen general
eral general opinion that preparations are be being
ing being made to take the field on short no notice,
tice, notice, similar to the movement to the
Mexican border some months ago.
President 'Taft made his answer at
Springfield, Mass., yesterday to the
L criticisms, that Colonel Roosevelt had
made of liim and his administration. In
a speech that bristled with Indigna
tion, in which he named Colonel Roose
velt over and over again. Mr. Taft told
a crowd that filled Springfield's pub
lie square that he believed Mr. Roose
r velt had not given him a "square deal."
and how he "misstated" and "distort-
ed" the facts concerning Mr. Taffs
conduct and actions in the White
He replied In some detail to many of
the charges that Colonel Roosevelt had
made against him since the present
campaign began.' He took pains to
make plain Mr. Roosevelt's knowledge
of and complete agreement with many
of the actions and policies of the pres-
ent administration which lately he has
condemned and denounced.
Two hundred and five bodies of vie
tiros of the Titanic disaster have been
recovered from the seal by the cable
Mill U&rlUV.DrnueiU AniUIlK IHC
bodies recovered Is oe that has been

positively identified as that of George
B. Wldener, son of P. A. B. WIdener,

the Philadelphia capitalist.
Following are the campaign expen
ses of the various candidates, as certi certified
fied certified by affidavlte filed with Clerk Sis-
S. T. Sistrunk
. 751.98
. 240.45
. 154.00
. 120.00
, 140.45
. 135.00
. 252.00
. 180.00
. 183.12
. .107.57
. 263.62
. 76.80
. 80.25
l I f Nugent
T. A. Cobb
J. M. Graham
C. ML Livingston
J. R. Moorehead .
Alfred Ayer .......
W. M. Gober
W. E. Smith
R. W. Ferguson ...
J. P. Gallo wey
J.- II. Brinson
P. W. Green
Edwin Spencer ....
I 8. Light i.
W. S. Crosby
W. L. Colbert 95.00
J, H. Tucker 12.20
The story that the Canadian steamer
Mount Temple was in sight of the Ti
tanic will not down. E. W. Zurich, a
passenger in the Mount Temple, has
made a statement concerning what
was observed by himself and others
from the Mount Temple at sea on Sun Sunday
day Sunday night when the Titanic went
down. Zurich says the passengers
aboard the Mount Temple heard the
news of the Titanic's distress at 12:,J5
o'clock Monday morning, when the
wireless calls for help came. He says
Captain Moore of the Mount Temple
immediately changed his steamship's
course and headed for the Titanic's
position. Lifeboats were swung from
the davits and other preparations
made for a speedy rescue. : The north northern
ern northern course was not held long, by the
ship, Zurich says, because of the
greats field of ice that loomed 'up ahead.
On the other side of the field lay the
doomed Titanic, settling lower and
lower in the water.
Zurich says it was reported among
the crew and passengers of the Mount
Temple that her captain made no fur further
ther further effort, after sighting the ice floes,
to reach the Titanic, "because of the
danger of forcing his way through a
sea encumbered with great masses of
floating Ice.
E. G. B. Fitzhamon of Oaklands, Cal.,
writes to the Pall Mall Gazette as fol follows
lows follows regarding the Titanic disaster:
'This thing of boats for women,
stokers and stewards only does not
make a hit with me. We learn from
women survivors, in at least three
boats, that they bent to the oars be because
cause because the crews of stokers, waiters
and cooks did not know how to row.
Why should you and I remain on
board to drown like rats In a big iron
cage while stokers and stewards igno ignorant
rant ignorant of pars or boats are escaping in
the guise of boat crews. I can vouch
for three of the Titanic's heroes as
having been strong, useful oarsmen
and powerful fellows such as lifeboats
need. The men I allude to are Major
Butt, John Jacob Astor and Jacques
Futrelle. It is heartrending that they
perished passively when they were en entitled
titled entitled to man one of the boats in which
women struggled at the oars. Giving
one's life for women and children is
one. thing. Self-immolation for the
benefit of stewards and coal passers is
The Titanic disaster has produced
international ill feeling. The United
States Senate committee's drastic
methods toward Ismay is resented in
England because Ismay is an English Englishman,
man, Englishman, and the attitude adopted toward
him is regarded as a slur upon the
This is absurd, of course, but not
more absurd than the further notion
that the White Star Company is being
persecuted because it Is an English
corporation. Seeing that it is controll controlled
ed controlled by the Morgan trust, this motive is
certainly far-fetched. Certain savage
German comments on the disaster have
raised the anger to the boiling point,
however. The Voissische Zeitung de devotes
votes devotes an editorial to a disproved story
of Wireless Operator McBride that al although
though although the Frankfurt was only fifty"
miles away her help was refused be because
cause because she was a German ship. The edi editorial
torial editorial then goes on to say:
"From the moment the message ar arrived
rived arrived from the Carpathia the Titanic
telegraphist considered he could give
the Frankfurt a contemptuous dis dismissal.
missal. dismissal. His British arrogance cost the
lives of 1,600 persons intrusted to Eng English
lish English responsibility. The disaster was
due to the sporting instinct ingrained
in the English people, unworthy of a
civilized power. Sport, betting and ar arrogance
rogance arrogance all had a disastrous influence
on the fate of the Titanic, but arro arrogance
gance arrogance most of all."
The effect of all this is to put Eng Englishmen
lishmen Englishmen on the defensive, and an Eng English
lish English court of inquiry will make an open
investigation under the influence of
that state of mind.
Lord Mersey, its president. Is one of
the most eminent of the country's
retired judges and has had unique ex experience
perience experience in difficult and responsible
judicial investigations. He was in intrusted
trusted intrusted with the inquiry into the ad administration
ministration administration of martial law in South
Africa, and has always shown himself
to be a fearless, impartial judge.
The strike of the anthracite
miners, which began on April 1
affected 170,000 men and boys
work in the great Pennsylvania
lieries, is about to be brought to an
end. George F. Baer, president of the
Reading Railroad, and one of the lead leading
ing leading figures in the mine owners' asso association,
ciation, association, being chairman of the con conference,
ference, conference, confirmed the report that the
operators had reached an agreement as
to wages and hours.
William J. Bryan lectured to 3000
people in Jacksonville last night on
"Progressive Democracy." He advo-
cated the nomination of Woodrow Wil-
'son and opposed that of Harmon and
BV AX. Al TOMORll.rc
Starke, April 26 Grace Dubose. a 13-
-year-old girl, was run over and almost j
instantly killed by an automobile here j
. yesterday afternoon. She was crossing!
the street and jumped to one side to i
escape one car and ran directly in j
; front of another, which struck and;
fatally injured her, although the driv-
er had thrown on his emergency brake
and done all in his power to stop the
j When you vote for state treasurer in
s the primary Tuesday, mark the ticket
l lie IS aiaic rooui ri uu IS
;competent and capable officer.


To the Voters:
The office of the Clerk of Circuit
Court, is the most important one
in the county, more of our people
have business in that office than
any other, and as the office be belongs
longs belongs to the people, and as the
people are to elect their servant
on next Tuesday, to serve for the
next four years, this notice is
written to cause the Voter to stop
and think a moment before he
casts his vote.
For the people to. be served pro properly
perly properly in that office. It is necessary
for the Clerk to be a man of even,
calm and patient temper; courte courteous,
ous, courteous, obliging and pleasant.
And again, more questions are
asked in this office than in any
other public office in Marion coun county.
ty. county. We require a Clerk who is
courteous and one who has knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of everything pertaining to
this office.
The present Clerk is without a
superior along these lines, among
the other 47 Clerks in the State.
Voter, think a moment, for your
good, for our benefit, before you
vote, then vote for S. T. Sistrunk
for Clerk.
April 26th. 1912.
Governor Cillebrlst Officially Opened
the Fimt Canal from Lake
Fort Lauderdale. April 16. With
simple set dignified ceremonies. Gov Governor
ernor Governor "Gilchrist shoveled out the ob obstructing
structing obstructing land at 2 o'clock yesterday
afternoon, starting a tiny rivulet of
water flowing on from Lake Okeecho Okeechobee
bee Okeechobee to the Atlantic ocean and in the
presence or ex-Governor Jennings. J
members of the Internal Improvement j
Board and a distinguished party of i
journalists, representing the principal I
papers of the world, officially declared
the canal open.
Last night the board of trade gave a
banquet to the distinguished party of
officials and newspaper men. Today
they will visit the first town in the
Everglades and be officially turned
over to Miami for entertainment.
Candler, April 24. In view
statements made for political purposes
as to P. II. Nugent not being support supported
ed supported by his old friends and neighbors at
Candler, the undersigned, all qualified
voters of Candler, precinct No. 23, take
pleasure in stating that they expect
to support P. H. Nugent for clerk
in the coming primaries.
(Signed:) C. W. Quick, J. N. Mar Marshall.
shall. Marshall. Harry Bennett, C. H. Cooner, N.
C Caldwell. E. C. Marshall, F. C.
Snell. T. E. Pritchett, A. It. Williams.
G. D. McGee. H. W. Baxter. Geo. G.
Richie. J. L. Caldwell, C. W. Tillis,
A. McClain, Wm. Snider, L. W. Sellers,
A. Belcher, (Rev.) E. G. McKinley, T.
N. DeLong, T. E. Driever, J. O. High High-tower,
tower, High-tower, C. Kline, J. E. Caldwell, P. A.
Fort, F. A. Norton, R. J. Evans, C. A.
Savage, J. T. Nixon.
The above list comprises all of the
voters of Candler except six. One was
away, one too ill to be disturbed when
above statement was signed. Of the
remaining four, one tells me that he
will probably not vote at all and the
three remaining voters I understand
to have been pledged to Mr. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk many' months ago.
For the last few years I have been
living at Candler, but am now and
have been for many years a qualified
voter of Ocala. Yours truly,
P. H. Nugent.
To the Voters of Marion Conuty:
Owing to office duties that have to
be taken care of, I have not been able
to make a close canvass and there
will be numbers of you whom I shall
not have an opportunity to see.
I have no campaign manager nor
hired canvassers.
If you feel that the school Interests
of the county would he best served by
retaining me in the office of super superintendent,
intendent, superintendent, I would heartily appre appreciate
ciate appreciate your support.
With this I leave the matter in your
hands trusting your intelligence and
sense of justice to do the wise and
proper thing.
Very respectfully yours,
J. II. Brinson.
Lost on streets of city,
turn to Star office.
Please re-
it nntniKs thi: skxatk
Washington. April 26. The House
has empowered its banking and cur currency
rency currency committee to make a sweeping
investigation of the financial concerns
of the country; their relations to in industrial
dustrial industrial transjortation and the bank banking
ing banking interest, and what extent their
operations may constitute a "money
trust." By a vote of 211 to 15. the
Pujo resolution, embracing practically
all the allegations and authority of the
original Henry "money trust" resolu resolution,
tion, resolution, was passed by-the House imme immediately
diately immediately after Representative Mann; of
Illinois, republican leader, had. in a
fiery speech, charged the democrats
with trying to "hold up" the corpora corporations
tions corporations and force them to support the
democratic candidate for the presiden presidency.
cy. presidency. OIK .WiTi XIGI1T
The Merchant's r"afe is now open
night and day. Never closed. You can
get just what you want to eat. cooked
as you like it. at moderate prices. Fish
arid oysters a specialty.
H Dewey, Proprietor.
The Co-.irt Pharmacy has just re

reived i Hrcre express shipment of the j boys. Hook Lo.lce for adults. Each
popular NiTri' randies in all sized camp i isolated from the other yet
packages from orie-half to five pounds is nrir enough to furnish an ideal out-
each. If you want something- really jingr to an entire family. For booklet
good in the confection line, try Norrisjor other particulars call upon or ad-

ca nd ies.

in the house and in the stable. It is IqJjX AKIIIK NO

as good for animal tlesh as it is for the
human body. It heals sores. cuts,
ragged wound. colii. dysentery, galls,
lysentery, galls,
scratches, distemper, bots an
worms. There is hardly any limit to
its usefulness about the home. Price
-"0 cents per bottle. Sold by all drug druggist;.
gist;. druggist;. i,ov.t, okdkr of MooKi-;
Thursday night in hall in Garv block'
G. F. Mershon. Dictator,
j T tapp. Secretary.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.

' We suggest the use of a
Certificate of Deposit with
The Munroe fc Chambliss
On all such temporary de deposits
posits deposits remaining 3 mouths or
more we are pleased to allow
interest at the rate of 4 per

cent, per annum.
The ( ertificate of Deposit
is convenient because it may
be transferred without dis
turbing the earned interest
and without the formality of
notice to us.
f f you will have any amount
of idle money you are invited
to deposit it here where it will
be available when needed.
Lulled Stafeft Vontttl Saving Rank
Example of Tain pa Should be Followed
In Ocala on Pout Card.
(Tampa Times.)
Wednesday. May 1, is One day des designated
ignated designated by Governor Gilchrist on re request
quest request -of the board 'of trade as post

of the!care ,laJ"- 1 be generally od-

served in the city of Tampa. The idea
was originated by Secretary Powell.
and has been copied by many states
and hundreds of citizens, so it develops
upon Tampa to set the pace and mail
thousands of cards.
It will be remembered that last year
thousands of cards were sent through
the mails on the day designated. The
result was good, many returns being
noted. The scheme was so successful
that other cities have taken up the
project, not only in Florida, but in vari various
ous various states of the .Union.
"Mail a million!" That is the slogan
of the board of trade. From the inter interest
est interest that is being manifested, it Is cer certain
tain certain that a million, and then some, will
be forwarded to northern people by
their friends in Tampa each citizen
will send away as many post cards as
his finances will permit. It is neces necessary
sary necessary that on fach card there should be
written a missive telling of Tampa's
greatness, the city that does things
the fastest growing and best city in
the South. In order to be on the job,
the people should lay in their supply
of cards at once. The sooner the bet-
Federal Won a Small Victory at Teplo.
American Keleawed from
Insurgent Prisons
Mexico City, .April 26. Tepic the
capital of the territory of that name
was attacked yesterday by the rebels
and successfully defended by a small
garrison of rurales for thirteen hours.
A special from Cananea in northern
Sinoloa to La Prensa says that five
Americans arrested three months ago
and imprisoned at Altar have been set
at liberty.
El Paso, April 26. After thirty thirty-eight
eight thirty-eight days in the unspeakable filth of
the penitentiary at Chihuahua, abused
and insulted, although they were no
charge sagainst them, L. J. Barton,
aged thirty-five, of Marlin, Tex., and
John Anderson, aged twenty-five, of
Boston, Mass., have arrived here, hav having
ing having been liberated at Chihuahua thru
the efforts of United States Consul Ma Marion
rion Marion Letcher.
Taken up at my place. Cornell, Fla.,
the following estray stock: One dun
colored cow, with red heifer calf. Cow
marked with crop and two splits In
right ear. swallow fork and under bit
in the other ear. No brand; neither
ha calf brand or mark. One brindle
cow and calf, cow marked crop and
saw set in one ear, bullet hole in other,
rio brand. Owner can have the stock
by calling for same, paying for feed
and for this advertisement.
Tom Hampton.
Cornell. Fla., April 18. 1912.
It will be remembered that several
months ago Dr. W. C Davis, brother
of J. E. Davis, Sr., of this place, was
indicted for sh.oo.ting .T. A. Bryan,
manager of the Varnada hotel. When
the case was called in court Tuesday
no one appeared against Dr. Davis and
a verdict of not auilty was rendered.
At a previous hearing a mistrial re resulted.
sulted. resulted. The case caused considerable
! interest owing to the prominence of
the parties involved. Inverness Chron Chronicle.
icle. Chronicle. SI MMER IX THE
Stinsnn Lake, w Hampshire
Camp Eagle Point Corporation offers
three- distinct departmentsr Camp
iEaale Point for srirls. Eagle Lodge for
I r
J. E. Klock, Manager.
2 Oklawaha Ave., city.
1814, F. O. E.
Oe.H Aerie No. 1 S 1 4
Fraternal Or-
dor of Eagles
dor of Eagles, meets every hrst and
I, thirl Wednesdays in each month, at 8
p. m.. in castle -nail. isuing oroin-t-rs
are always welcome.
F. Ci. B. Weihe. President
N L William a. Secretary.
XO. 19, F. & A.
Marion-Dunn Ixdare No. 19 meets In
the Temple on the first and third
Thursilav evenings of each month
Visiting brethren cordially invited.
C. E. Simmons, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary.


Captain of the Mt Temple ladljc ladljc-aaatly
aaatly ladljc-aaatly Deal That He Let tfee
Tttaalc Slaa: laalded
St. John's N. B., April 26. The ru rumor
mor rumor that the steamer Mount Temple
was' within five miles of the Titanic
when she sank and, without heeding
signals of distress, steamed away, is
indignantly denied by Captain Moore,
who was in command of the vessaL
His statement is as follows:
"We received a wireless message af after
ter after midnight Sunday from the Titanic
stating that she had struck an iceberg
and to come at once. We turned about
at 12:30 o'clock and steamed back to
the position given us, arriving there
at 4:30. We encountered so. much ice,
however, that we stopped until day daylight.
light. daylight. We cruised about but could not
see any sign of the ship. About f a.
m., on the other side of an immense
field of ice, studded thickly with bergs,
we saw the Carpathia. We also saw
the Californian. which was to the
northward of us, steaming west, then
coming down to the southward and she
met us. She did not communicate any anything.
thing. anything. At 8:46 o'clock, ship's time, we
received a general message that the
; Carpathia had picked up twenty boats.
We asked if they wanted assistance,
but got no reply. Shortly afterward
we received another general message
stating 'nothing more can be done, no
need to stand by. We then left the
scene and proceeded on our way."
Capt. Moore said that as soon as he
started toward the Titanic he called all
hands on deck and immediately put
them in readiness for service. When
he turned his ship and rushed back
among immense ice fields he said he
had on board 1.461 passengers besides
h's crew. Nevertheless he avers that
he promptly answered the call for
"Furthermore," he said, "what do
the people who were on board my
steamer know of what I was doing or
where I was going? How could they
tell in what direction I was sailing?
It was past midnight and they were
below. The statement is absurd,
leaving humanity out of the question,
do you not think that I would have
j liked to have been the lucky one to
i pick up those people."
! Florida Confederate Veteran Will Go
to the Macon Reunion In Splendid
Style J. H. It a Artery, Difttrlct P-
Kfneer Agent, in Making All Ar Arrangements.
rangements. Arrangements. Being selected as the official route
, by the Confederate Veterans for the
; annual reunion to be held in Macon,
I the Georgia Southern and Florida Rail-
way has arranged for a special train
to conduct the old soldiers of the
South, their sponsors, matrons and
maids of honor, also the Sons and
Daughters of Confederate Veterans, to
the Georgia city.
The train will leave the union pas passenger
senger passenger station in Jacksonville at 9:30
o'clock on the night of May 6 and will
be personally conducted by John H.
Rafftery, district passenger agent of
the Georgia Southern and Florida
Those Going
The comfort of the passengers will
be looked after by the following mem members
bers members of the Florida Veterans:
Major Gen. J. A. Cox, commanding
Florida division, U. C. V.
Brig. Gen. B. F. Taylor, Sr., com commanding
manding commanding Third Brigade, Tampa.
Brig. Gen.. A. D. Williams, command commanding
ing commanding Second Brigade, Jacksonville.
Adj. Gen. J. D. Allen, chief of staff.
James M. Cathcart, manager trans transportation,
portation, transportation, Tampa,
Frank C. Xorfleet. division command commander.
er. commander. United Sons Confederate Veterans,
Newberry, also the various presidents
of the United Daughters of the Con Confederacy,
federacy, Confederacy, including Mrs. Marshal Stew Stewart.
art. Stewart. Mrs. Frank Wheyland and Mrs.
E. E. Qulncy of Jacksonville.
Remain In Car
The train will arrive in Macon at 6
o'clock the following morning, but the
occupants of the Pullman cars will be
allowed to remain aboard the sleepers
until 8 o'clock.
The special train will leave Macon
on the night of May 9 at 11 o'clock
and will be open for the reception of
patrons as early at 9 o'clock.
The regular train of the Georgia
Southern and Florida, leaving here at
7:10 a. m. and 8 p. m., have Pullman
cars attached, those of the day service
having broiler parlor cars, and the
night drawing room sleepers. The fare
for the round trip from Jacksonville
will be $5.50, with corresponding rates
throughout Florida.
The return limit on these tickets Is
May 15, although they can be extended
until June 5 by depositing the same
with the special ticket agent at 1H
Fourth street, on or before May 15 and
the payment of 50 cents.
Macon has prepared for the accom
I modation of 15,000 veterans at Camp
John B. Gordon, Central City Park,
ami the tents will be provided with
plank floors, cots, blankets, etc.. spe special
cial special attention being given to sanitary
An Immense mess hall has been ar arranged
ranged arranged for at which meals for 15,000
will be served three times during the
day and are to be free to the veterans
quartered in the camp. Times-Union.
Dreadful Stories of Robbery and Mur Murder
der Murder Came From the West Coast
of Meileo.
San Francisco, April 26. Murder and
arson are crimes of almost, daily occur occurence
ence occurence in the bandit-infested regions of
the west coast of Mexico, according to
American refugees who arrived here
yesterday on the Pacific Mail steamer
City of Panama. Women and children,
members of the families of American
planters and engineers, were taken on
board at Mazatlan, Acapulco, San Bias
and other ports.
They described a rein of terror ex extending
tending extending over almost the entire coast
and gave an account of the capture of
Acapulco by bandits after the citizens
j had been able to offer only $10,000 of
20.000 demanded.
Mrs. Leila Steele of New York, wife
nf a c-:ViI engineer employed on a large
i plantation, who boarded the vessel
!at Salina Cruz, said American" reblents
of the Salina Cruz district liveil in
1 daily terror of their lives,
j Mrs. Ida Gerton of Texas, who board board-led
led board-led the vessel at Salina Crux, said an an-jarchy
jarchy an-jarchy prevailed near Lucretia. whence
j shf came, and that she believed many
i Americans were killed.
"Railroad bridges have been blown
''-?." said Mrs. Gerton. "ranch houses,
j farms and stores are being robhejt and
i their defenders shot. American resl resl-jiients
jiients resl-jiients are absolutely without protec-
PILES cniEI) IV fl Hi 14 PATS
Vr.ur druggist will refund money If
PAZO OINTMENT fails to cure any
case of Itching. Blind, Bleeding or Pro Protruding
truding Protruding Piles in 6 to 14 days. 50c

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Watch my ads they change daily, some some-thing
thing some-thing new each day.
Bathing Suit and NinM Rotz Czccrtzsnl
Just received a large Hue of Bathing
Suits for the man and boy, from 5Ct to S3.C3
Tier suit. Pa j imas from $1.C3 .10 $4.50 per
; suit. ;-. ;: ?' : :
NigM Robes from 5Gc to Q11.C0

X I have got the habit of going to 7ATEn-
& MAN'S ; first, for every t li ing the man or ; boy
wears, for I know now he is Southern
f. Agent for everything they wear-rHe never
X disapoints you. He always has What you
f. call for.
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Ladies' White Dresses, some
trimmed in Embroidery and Lace,
others hand Embroidered and all
the latest styles Worth up to
$10.00, for. only

Boys Wash Suits, Knicker Knicker-bocker
bocker Knicker-bocker pants sizes 2 1-2 to 8 years,
75c values for only

ILofe-M Tie Miiw

The Georgia Southern & Florida Railway
The Official Route to the
AT MACOX, MAY 7-8th.
Equally low excursion rates from all other points. Tickets on sale May 5, 6, 1,
and 8. Final limit. May 15; extension limit to June 5 by depositing1 ticket and
payment of 50 cents.
The Veterans' Special train, consisting of Pullman sleeping cars and coaches
will leave Jacksonville via the G. S. & F. Ry May 6. at 9:30 p. m., arrive In
Macon at 6 a. m. This train will be personally conducted by J. II. Rafftery,
District Passenger Agent.and will carry the Veterans, Sponsors, Maids and
Matrons of Honor, also the Sons, and Paughters of Confederate Veterans anfl
friends, as the above low excursion rate is open to all who wish to go to this,
the greatest of all reunions.

6th, and 7th, will carry extra Pullmans and coaches In addition to their regular
broiler parlor and sleeping cars and coaches, and the xleepers on the 8 p. m.,
train can be occupied in union depot, Macon, until 7:20 a. m.
For further information and Reunion Booklet, apply to J. A. Cox, Major Gen General,
eral, General, Lakeland; II. F. Taylor, Sr, Brig: General, Tampa; A. D. AVIlUam, Brlg
General. Jacksonville; Ja. M. Catheart, Manager Transportation, Tampa, and
for reservation.
J. II. RAFFTERY, DIMrlet Panaearer Aeat.
Phono 4a. 16 Hogan Street. Jaekaoavllle, Fla,

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117 1W CTT17ATC
it li uuuniu
Candidate for
State Superintendent of
In soliciting your support for the
above named office. I do so after 31
years experience in school work In
Florida. During the time of this ser service
vice service I have endeavored 1 to discharge
the duties incumbent upon ma fear fearlessly
lessly fearlessly and honestly, and It a mat matter
ter matter of great pride that I am regarded
as the father of our present '- public
school system.
Being an honor graduate uf Emory
College. Georgia; and having passed
the required examinations for ,tbo
HIGHEST teachers certificate obtain obtainable
able obtainable in Florida, with aevea yeara To
cent experience In four of our lead Id
high schools. I ask for yonr vote ab absolutely
solutely absolutely upon my qualifications to fill
the office. W, N. SHEAT8.



Here Is a dime. Save It. Not large amount, you say? No, you're
right, yet it represents' ten. per cent Interest on one dollar for a year.- It's
the little things that count in this life. History tells us that the Duke of
Wellington attributes the victory of the Allies at Waterloo to the closing of
the Hugomont Castle gates by James McDowell and John Graham. It was a
small thing. But the results, hare been marvelous as we look back over the
Intervening years. Philip" D. Armour knew the value of little things. They
say he packed everything but the last breath of a hog utilizing the waste tn
the manufacture of by-products made him wealthy. The small boy by stick sticking
ing sticking his finger in the leak in the dam saved Holland from destruction. A
few drops of water on a stone makes no Impression the constant drip
wear away the stone. The little point on the auger prepares the way for
the large bored hole. A single grain of corn produces from one to two per perfect
fect perfect ears. And so the little dime is a part of a dollar. Dollars at interest

produce dollars just as surely as the seed sown on rich ground brings forth
an abundant harvest. Then save the DIME! Watch it grow.

Tfc Brtwi ImiIm Tire Piny ive time, money, labor, lame
tack and atreag laagnage. By almply removing a "park plug and at at-(aealaa;
(aealaa; at-(aealaa; paap eanaeetla tt laaaaedlately your Urea with pare, freak
air with power from the taxlae of yoor ooto. Moat woaderfal larea larea-tloa
tloa larea-tloa of the axe. No experlmeat. Satiafaeiloa aruaraateed. We are Flor Florida
ida Florida atale areata. Let mm havo yawr order now. Price eoinplete,


IiORETTO (Near Mandarin) FliORIDA.
Boarding schoo1 for boys, conducted by the SIstevs of St. Joseph
Boys from eight to fourteen "years received, and carefully trained t
physical, intellectual, moral and social lines. Healthy location. Ma
niflcent swimming pool. Complete equipment in schoolrooms, dorn
tories.. dining hall and recreation rooms.

Fresh Shriaip, Crabs
Fresh and Salt
Water Fish.
- Best Merchant's
'Lunch lor
35 cents
in the city, ;
Any season's Delicacy
promptly served.
(eating's Cafe.
Chas. IlodofF, Proprietor
P. O. BOX 4
Grompton k Mae Co.
Cleansing and Pressing Neatly Done
All work called for and delivered.
Satisfaction or no pay. 29 West Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, opposite m Mitchell's Pharmacy.
Phone 455.
Accurate Building Plans. Blue Prints
nd Specifications made. Lands Sur Sur-feyed
feyed Sur-feyed and Platted. C'me Estimates
fiade on Erection of Buildings of any
Character by contract or on comrola
.flon basis., write or consult me at
Northwest Craer Ocala Hoaee Bleek
Foley Kidney Pills
Oive prompt reb'ef from BACKACHE,
BLADDER and ajl annoying URINARY
I RREOULARITIES- A positive boon to
B. A. DtK 821 Whla(rtm St., Conoensrille.
od.. is in bU S5th year, lie wtives ust "1 hav
atelr taffered euch from my Uidne. a nd blad bladder
der bladder I bad sever backaches aod wf kiduey action
was too fru."ent, caosiug- me to lose much lep
at aigbt, a itd in my bladder there vu constant
Min. I took Folpf Kider Pills for m tin.
mad am now free o! all trouble and again able to
be up and around Foley Hidoer Puis Lava mj
itifliavt reopBUDeodatua. ;
M4 kr tkt Aitl-MraHlT Draiecalere


This sale, which is being conducted
under the auspices of the Daughters of
the Confederacy, in the" new Smith
building, next to the Southern Express
Company will' be repeated next Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Those who have not already done
so are urgently requested to send their
donations early next Saturday morning.
One of the most startling changes
ever seen In any man, according to W.
B. Holsclaw. Clarendon, Texas. was
"that all our family thought he was
effected years ago in his brother. "He
had such a dreadful cough," he writes,
going into consumption, but he be began
gan began to use Dr. King's New Discov Discovery,
ery, Discovery, and was completely cured by ten
bottles. Now, he is sound and well and
i weighs. 218 pounds. For many years
our family has used this wonderful
remedyfor coughs and colds with ex excellent
cellent excellent results." Its quick, safe, re reliable
liable reliable and guaranteed. Price 50 cents
and $L Trial bottle free at Tydings
gr. Company, m
Notice Is hereby given that at the
meeting of the Democratic Executive
Committee of Marlon county, held In
Ocala, Florida, on the 3rd day of Feb February,
ruary, February, A. D. 1912, the following -was
adopted as an itinerary for candidates
for the various county offices:
Grahamvllle. April 27, 1912. f
' Ocala, April 29. 1912.
I W. Duval, Chairman.
Clara Moore, Secretary.
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Notice is hereby given that candi candidates
dates candidates for state offices or congressional
offices, or any person representing such
candidates will not be allowed to speak
at the meeting held on the public
square, Ocala, Monday night, the 29th
inst., until the candidates for the coun county
ty county offices have spoken. I W. Duval,
Chairman Executive Committee.
Things never look bright to onn
with "the blues." Ten to one the trou trouble
ble trouble Is a sluggish liver, filling the sys system
tem system with bilious poison, that Dr. King's
New Life Pills would expel. Try them.
Let the Joy' of better feelings end "the
blues." Best for stomach, liver and
kidneys. 25c. at Tydings & Company.
, Notice is hereby given that the
board of county, commissioners will at
its regular meeting. May 7th, at noon,
1912, receive bids for opening the
right 1 of way and building the- public
road from, Daisy to Fort McCoy.
S. T. Sistrunk, Clerk.
Mrs. E. R. Britton. of Eritton, Miss.,
wishes others to know what Foley's
BJoney and Tar Compound has done
for her daughter. "Sometime ago my
daughter was iR and threatened with
pneumonia. We tried different medi
cines but she seemed, to be getting
worse. We then gave her Foley's
Iloney and Tar Compound and It
checked the disease and eventually
cured her completely and we know Fo Foley's
ley's Foley's Honey and Tar Compound saved
her life." Sold by the Abt!Monopoly
FOR SALE Eggs from pure flngrsh
white and brown penciled wing ducks,
well mated without inbreeding, and
best egg producers. One dollar for 12.
J. Ufi MeGlyimyids. 22 South Fourth
street. Ocala, Fla.
Woodmen meet tonight.

R. A. if. meet tonight.
Woodmen meet this evening.
Dr. R. D. Fuller is restin;
easy to-J
Is Light
kk the other
Jno. S. Pedriek of Dunnellon was In
town today.
Mr. George W. Hyde of Crystal
River was at the Ocala House today.
Kodak finishing done by experts at
the Ocala Photo Co.
Mr. Marion Pelot of Jacksonville is
visiting his Ocala friends.
15 7 rooms,
big lot, soft water.
Mr. M. L. Payne of Fairfield was
town today.
One case for gambling in the record recorder's
er's recorder's court was fined $10 and costs.
Peek', office phone 1. No.
Dr. E. G
4CSj hl residence phone, No. 301.
Mrs. B. D. MartLn of Wildwood visit visited
ed visited friends In the city last night.
FOR SALE One good saddle horse.
Inquire of Mrs. W. P. Edwards.
Your last photo didn't do you justice.
It wasn't taken at the Ocala Photo Co.
At the Ocala Photo Co. we develop j
your films free if bought from us.
W. E. Gamble and Ernest Turnipseed j
of Dunnellon were at the Ocala House j
last night.
WAXTED Teachers wanted for the
public schools. Address D. T. Bald Baldwin,
win, Baldwin, Agua Neuva, Texas.
j J. H. Bradford of New York and M.
! W. McCraw of New Orleans are at the
; 0jala House.
I Get your prescriptions nued by Tiecv
j at the Court Pharmacy and know they
are right.
i J. II. Sch r--;erhorn and Jno. A.
; Tracy of Jersey City were at the Ocala
.House today.
FOR SALE 20-hp. Ford runabout
car. and equipment. $2f0 cash. Ad Address.
dress. Address. F. II. M., care Star. 6td
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow entertained the
young matrons' card club yesterday
Cook your next roast In a paper tag,
and get the bag from the Post Office
Drug Store. 25c the package.
Mrs. R. I Martin, after some days
visit to Ocala, returned to her home at
Lake Weir today.;
Tnlfr Roll Vina Icaiioil a ma rri a
license for Mr. J. Griffin Forbes and j
Miss Edna Branch.
We guarantee to teach you how to
use your Kodak. Rring your films to
the Ocala Photo Co.
Mrs. A. O. Harper and Mrs. C. A.
Martin of Fort McCoy were at the
Ocala House today.
W. E. Gerow. J. Morton, H. J. Wag Wagner
ner Wagner and II. A. Carter of Jacksonville
were at the Ocala House today.
S. J. White of Wilmington. Del., and
R. R. Rlodgett of Atlanta were at the
Ocala House today.
FOR SALE Four hundred and fifty
bushels, seed peanuts at one dollar per
bushel. Apply Howell & Griggs, Oak,
Ocala ladies should get busy at once,
selecting and addressing postcards to
mail on or before postcard day, Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, May 1.
Rexall Cold Tablets do the work.
Can give you the formula if you like.
25c the package at the Post Office
Drug Stores.
Mclver & MacKay have sent out cof coffins
fins coffins today for three colored persons
one at Anthony, one at Shady and one
at Fort McCoy,
FOR RENT Four room flat; also
cottage of seven rooms, electric lights
and bath: near primary school. Mrs.
R. D. Fuller.
Dr. Boozer of the Commercial Rank
spent his holiday today with Captain
and Mrs. Pyles at their country home
south of town.
Can furnish rrom one setting to
one thousand pure bred Rhode Island
Red eggs for hatching at $10 per
h ndred. Ed Carmichael. Octla.
In cases of rheumatism relief from
pain makes sleep and rest possible.
This may be obtained by applying
Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale by
all dealers.
We have some accounts for
sale and shall b glad to have
anyone interested see us, we
will sell at a liberal discount.
Maybe yon will have a clrui e
to collect and make a profit
Will Produce More Milk than Any
Other Feed on the Market.
Call Us Up. Phone No. 8.

chay, grain, feeoX
I 1 Mixed Cart our Specialty. I J l
A Ua for Price Bafora j
V. Purchasing and Sava II
VvX Money. -y


The Eov Scouts anticipate a
day at Silver Springs tomorrow.
They will go out in charge of Dr.
MeClane and Mr. Clifford Peabody, and
will pass the time at the springs most mostly
ly mostly in aquatic exercises.
They will be instructed in swimming,
rowing and
other things that a boy J
should be well versed in. One Import Important
ant Important matter will be a lesson in giving
first aid to the drowning.
Plenty of provisions will be taken
and the boys will have a pleasant and
profitable day.
The Star was misinformed as to the
identity of the Mr. Bankhead, who
spoke in favor of Underwood's candi candidacy
dacy candidacy yesterday evening. It was not
the United States senator but his son,
a very capable young lawyer, and a
pleasant gentleman to meet.
Mr. Bankhead spoke from the band bandstand
stand bandstand to an audience of about 400,
among whom were many ladies. He
presented Mr. Underwood's case most
eloquently, and was given an enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic reception.
Underwood's candidacy Is a matter
rf utato rrio with nsnnlo
and" tney are supporting him with the S
greatest of enthusiasm. The ex-
Alabamans in Ocala are also hearty
supporters of Underwood, and they
were all on hand to greet Mr. Bank-
ihead last night.
i .til. ijanivurau icrii liim iuui 111115
Bartow, where he will carry on the
campaign for his state's favorite son.
In a talk witn a gtar reporter at the
Coast Ljne station this morning, he ex
pressed himself as. highly pleased with
Ooala and deeply fateful for the re-
ception given him.
The article in
signed "Citizens
the county
paid advertisement inserted by one
man only, not a committee.
His name is C. R. Kreger, the repre representative
sentative representative of the Times-Union at Ocala,
a political friend of S. T. Sistrunk,
P. H. Nugent.
Mr. Robert J. Kolsom and Miss Char1
lotte Leitncr were quietly married last
evening at the residence of the bride's
parents. Rev. J. B. Ley officiated. Mr.
Kolsom is an employe of Mclver &
MacKay in their contracting depart department.
ment. department. Mr. and Mrs. Kolsom will
make their home in this city on San Sanchez
chez Sanchez street.
Dr. W. H. Dodge is the


huskiest apjfl
d. Just twMr, an(1 Mrs

pendicitis patient on record
weeks ago he was carried to Jackson
ville for an operation, he was able to
take a hundred mile railroad journey
to return home. He and Mrs. Dodge
arrived from Jacksonville today. Mrs.
.Maddox preceded them yesterday.
"The Follies Club." a party of
Gainesville young people, who will
play, "What Happened to Jones" at the
Temple tonight, came in on this after-
"oon's ?coast rain-1
They are
Misses Mercedes Miller, Elenor Crom,
Isabel Patton, Ruth. Hudgins and Eva
Futch and Messrs. McC. Phipps, Mac
j Christie, Frederick Hockejy-Austin Mil
ler. Harry Wood, Gibbs ChesnufT Gussy
Kean and Edwin Phillips.
Mr. Julian Bullock, a student of the
I'niversity of Florida, arrived from
Gainesville this afternoon for a week weekend
end weekend visit to his parents,
FOR RENT Neat new 5-room cot cottage,
tage, cottage, electric lights, bath, etc. Close
in. Possession June 1st. C. E.
Thomas at Carn Thomas Co: Grocery
Mr. John Pasteur came up from
Stanton today, and returned home this
afternoon, accompanied by his daugh daughter.
ter. daughter. Miss Tillie, who has been taking
tare of the Cullen children during the
absence of their parents.
Don't you think when you go to have
your pictures made that you'd better
to a studio that will give you the work? Certainly. Then come to
to the Ocala Photo Co.
When in Jacksonville stop with Mrs.
E. I Maloney, at the Girard, No. 11
East Duval street, just off Main. Best
75c. room in the city.
FOR RENT Small hotel unfurnish unfurnished,
ed, unfurnished, new and modern; also store In same
building. Opposite Seaboard Air Line
depot in Leesburg. Apply to Box 93,
Leesburg, Fla. 4-25-6t
Parker Lucky Curve Fountain Pen
in any style or shape. A large assort assortment
ment assortment !o select from at the Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. Our ice cream is the talk of the
people from Ocala to Lake Weir. We
have an up-to-date fountain with
thirteen pure fruit flavors. Cleanli Cleanliness
ness Cleanliness is our hobby. Give us a trial.
"The Oasis," Belleview, next to de depot.
pot. depot. "Our baby cries for Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy." writes Mrs. T. B. Ken Ken-drick,
drick, Ken-drick, Rasaca. Ga. "It is the best
cough remedy on the market for
coughs, colds and croup." For sale by
all dealers.
Dr. D. J. Hale is in the city look
ing over this section with Dr. MeClane.
Dr. Hale has been with the govern-
ment at Panama for the past seven
years and is looking ror a location in
the states. He has some valuable land
near Tampa, but likes the looks of
Ocala very much.
Are you interested in paper bag
cooking? If so come to us for your
supply of the bags. 25c the ptckage.
Post Office Drug Store.
Mr. Peyton Bailey, who visited Val-
dosta a few days ago, was m the
wreck of the Georgia Southern and
Florida train which took place near
that city Sunday. He was unhurt, tho
the train was derailed and turned over,
and a track had to be built around the
wreck to let the other trains pass.
Cooking with paper bags? Call us
up for a package at I5c. The Post
Office Drug Store.
Lame shoulder ls nearly always due
to rheumatism of the muscles and
tjuickly yields to the free application
of Chamberlain's Liniment. For sale
by all dealers.
If you are in a hurry for your pre
scriptions, try the Court Pharmacy's
uuick delivery system.
When you have rheumatism In your
foot or Instep apply Chamberlain's
Liniment and you will get quick re relief.
lief. relief. It costs but a quarter. Why
suffer? For sale by all dealers.


The I- O. O. I. Boya Will Eater the
Baeball Area
The Moose held a well attended
meeting in their hall last night. They
transacted their regular weekly busi business
ness business and initiated five new members.
Messrs. Frank D. Sanders, Ivan E.
"""' ,J"UIU,U fPur-
geon ana j. it. trooKs were tne ior ior-tunate
tunate ior-tunate ones on whose intellectual
brows were firmly fixed.
It was decided to make use of the
good baseball material that abounds in
the lodge, and a team was formed,
with Mr. Xorton Davis for captain and
Dr. Herbert Counts for manager. There
are a number of good players in the
lodge and when thev ero out on the dia
mond they will give their opponents
an interesting game.
The main attraction at the Air Dome
this and tomorrow evenings will be the
sixty brand" new scenes of the busi business
ness business houses, schools, churches, resi residences
dences residences and people of Ocala. Try and
find your friends; they are in some of
the pictures; and are easily seen. There
will be four reels of pictures each
night and a change of program. To- there Wl" b Feel that ls .f Spe'
, .
as it is a
Every man
ought to see it.
The program for tonight will be as
"The Promoter." Drama.
"The Reason Whs." Western.
"Small Trades in Malacca."
"Youth vs. Old Age." A love story.
"The Politician's Dream." A very
funny picture by the Vitagraph Co.
T 1 T". i. 1 I- I 4. . 4. t
j juiiu cuuuy, 1 lie uig idL uia.ii, lanes
(the leading part, and he is a good one.
Admission, 10 and 15 cents.
Today being a legal holiday and the
banks closed, the Munroe &. Chambliss
Bank gave its people a holiday at Lake
Weir. Mr. Chambliss engaged two au automobiles
tomobiles automobiles and took all of the the people
down to North Lake, where they were
met by Mr. Fosnot with the big launch
Billiken and made a trip entirely
around the lake and had lunch on the
west side at the old Slogan place, a
splendid basket dinner having been
provided by Mr. and Mrs. Chambliss,
Mrs. A. E. Gerig and Miss Rhoda
Rhody, who were members of the
party. It is certain that the work of
tomorrow at the bank, while greater
in volume by reason of being closed
one day, will be done with light hearts
and willing fingers.
J. E. Klock and child
ren Dorothy and Harold, expect to
leave Sunday for their summer home
at Camp Eagle Point, on Stinson
Lake, New Hampshire, where they will
spend the summer.
Stinson Lake is a large body of
crystal water in the foothills of the
White Mountains, twenty miles from
"The Old Man of the Mountains" and
the elevation is 1500 feet above sea
level. At this point 'are maintained
well equipped camps for girls and
other camps for boys, where every


convenience is combined with theia. m

pleasures of camping out In the coun country.
try. country. There is excellent bathing, boat boating,
ing, boating, plenty of horses and ponies to
ride. Every kind of outdoor exercise,
thefiJiest water and the best food that
can beTttti'Pf&c the young growing peo people
ple people and one trfshe most healthful
spots on earth, iteny children are
cared for here every searfHisby the ex experienced,
perienced, experienced, competent women Hteharge
and many a delicate child has been"Fe
stored to perfect health by a summer's
outing in the camp at Stinson Lake.
There is good accommodations there
also for adults and board is quite rea reasonable.
sonable. reasonable. If anyone wishes to spend
the summer or have the children do
so, in a cool, bracing northern cli climate,
mate, climate, they could not do better than
to visit Camp Eagle Point on Stin Stinson
son Stinson Lake, N, H.
Following are the meteorological
conditions that prevailed during the
twenty-four hours up to noon today today-Minimum
Minimum today-Minimum temperature, 61 degrees.
Maximum temperature, 84 degrees.
Wind, southwest; partly cloudy.
Generally fair except showers north northeast
east northeast portion tonight or Saturday.
Mr. A. M. Lansford went to Hernan Hernando
do Hernando on Sunnyjim this morning. He was
a fellow passenger with Mr. William
Bankhead, for whom, as an Alabaman,
he has a personal friendship.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cullen have re returned
turned returned from their trip to Portland,
Ore. They returned via New York,
from which port Mr. Schilman, who ac accompanied
companied accompanied them to the northwest, sail sailed
ed sailed for Europe.
Regular convocations or me r?caia
Chapter. No. 13, R. A. M.. on the fourth
Friday of everv month at 8 p. m.
C. E. Connor, E. H. P.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
You will find that your dollar has a
surprisingly large purchasing value
here in QUALITY MEATS fresh, salt
and cured.
Our prices reflect the lowest market
nrevalling our meats represent the
choicest and finest obtainable.
Try this sanitary market let us
show you Just how excellently we can
please you. Phone 108.
Phone 10a New City Market.
Careful Estimates Made on All Con
tract Work. Gives more and better
work for the money than any other
contractor in the city.

tbcre sbcald not be rcoa in it foryesr ccs!x. Czrg-
lars nay open it, lire nay teat it so Cst ycr czZ
would be inaccessible for days.
is always available, llave an acccznt terc, cI
neither burglars, lire or anything else can deprive
yon of the use ol your noney when yen wast it



H. D. STOKES, Cashier.

Next regular monthly meeting will
be held at 8 o'clock Friday evening,
April 26, at Tonge's Hall.
R. N. Dosh, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
The Agatherldan Society met April
26, 1&12. and after the minutes of the
preceding meeting had been read and
approved the following program was
Subject: Decisive Battles of the
Song by school. Old Glory.
Essay, The Battle of Thermopylae
William Camp.
Essay, The Retreat of the Ten Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Elmer Small.
Essay, Battle of Saratoga Ruth Er Er-win.
win. Er-win. Essay, Battle of Waterloo Rexle
Oration, Gettysburg Address Wy Wy-nona
nona Wy-nona Wetherbee.
Essay, Siege of Port Arthur Marie
Piano solo Theo Wallis.
Debate: Resolved, That th disarm disarmament
ament disarmament of the nations is the only way
to promote peace. Affirmative, Alfred
MacKay, Gladys Wallis; negative, Mar
garet Jackson, Louise Sanders.
Oration, Lee's Birthday Mr. Weath Weathers.
ers. Weathers. The judges, Alice Sexton, Roy Nixon,
Robert MacKay, decided in favor of the
negative. After the reports of the
critics there being no further business
to come before the house the society
adjourned to meet May 2, 1912.
" Lorayne Kemp. Sec'y.
A few nice cockerels for breeders at
$1 up. Call. at Star office.
Q. E. Peacock.
Remember the day outing on the
water Sunday. The City of Ocala Is
appointed to clear from Silver Springs
for the Oklawaha river excursion at 9
The Ocala Northern train leaves
the Ocala Seaboard station at 7:30 a.
m. Fare for round trip on vessel ls 50
cents. Return in Silver Springs at
4:30 p. m. Albert Ansom Graham.
A good, well improved farm, with
beautiful orange grove in bearing;
good dwelling and out buildings, fenc fencing,
ing, fencing, etc.; close to railroad, twelve
mHeswest of Ocala. Will sell cheap
or will exenange ior improvea, ucaia
property. '"Apply to Rev. Z. A. Crump Crump-ton.
ton. Crump-ton. No. 87 Daughefiyt., Ocala.
"What s the matter with your
She's all broken up lately."
"She got a terrible jar."
"What has happened?"
"Why, she was assisting at a rum rummage
mage rummage sale, took off her new hat, and
somebody sold it for thirty-five cents."
Washington Herald.
The Wood mar Sand and Stone Com Company
pany Company would like anyone wishing work
done in Greenwood cemetery in its line
to let It know, as the company now has
a force of men doing some cement and
brick work at the cemetery.
Sick Headache: Place a paper of
Lemonine Headache Powders under
your pillow, go to bed, and rest. until
the headache is relieved.
Severe Spasms of Pains or Cramps:
Put a bottle of Painkiller in the ice icebox
box icebox and go without dinner.
Cold In the Head: Tut a Bottle of
Surenuff Cough Syrup on the top shelf
In the cupboard and go to work as
Fretful and Crying Children: Empty
a bottle or Mrs. Lucretia is. uorgias
Soothing Syrup on the sole of an old
shoe, rub in well, and apply to the
child until the symptoms disappear.
Cold or Numb Feet: Pour one-half
pint of any reliable tonic in a hot
stove, sit down in a chair, and put your
feet In the oven.
Biliousness, Loss of Appetite: Get a
box of Dr. Poysener's Liver Pills. Roll
each pill three times around the block
with a golf stick. Eat a hearty din dinner.
ner. dinner. Sleeplessness: Persuade your wife to
take a powerful sleeping powder.
Judge S. B. Brewton, mayor of
Hinesville. Ga., derived such splendid
results from the use of Foley Kidney
Pills that he wants others to know
about it. He writes, "I have used Fo
ley Kidney Pills and feel that I have
obtained great benefit from them and
I heartily recommend them to any
party suffering from kidney troubles
Sold by Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.
After you have had a row and life
looks mighty blue, send her a box of
Morris candy and she'll again love
you. Get it at the Court Pharmacy.
If you eat something which dis disagrees
agrees disagrees with you, don't let It work Its
own way through. Its a slow process
and makes you feel bad. Get rid of It
quickly by taking a dose of HERBIXE.
It drives out Impurities in the stom stomach
ach stomach and bowels and you feel better
immediately. Price o0c Sold by all
Alma Zada Face Powder Is the best
we have to offer at 50c the box. The
Post Office Drug Stores.
The most common cause of insom insomnia
nia insomnia is disorders of the stomach. Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tablets
correct these disorders and enable you
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A few bargains in Slippers
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Sizes 2 to 5 to close out at
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one to three or four pairs of
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Baggage. Freight, Pianos. Furnltur
znd Safe3 a Specialty. Careful and
Prompt Attention Gien All Onter.
A Barbed Wire Cut. Collar
or Saddle .Gall not property
healed leaves a disfiguring
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1 flEne RcpetoMcan Electors
nlanrtom County, Florida.

By authority of a call issued April 15th, 1912, by a committee repre representing
senting representing the Republican electors of the First Congressional District of
the State of Florida, and by further authority of a call issued on the 15th
day of April, 1912, by a committee appointed by the Republican electors
of the State of Florida:
fiow therefore, in pursuance of said calls, we the undersigned, quali qualified
fied qualified Republican electors residing in the County of Marion and State of
Florida, do hereby call upon the Republican electors of Marion- County,
Florida, to assemble in mass meeting at Yonge's Hall in the city of
Ocala, on the 29th day of April, liri2, at 12 o'clock noon, for the pur purpose
pose purpose of electing six delegates and six alternates to attend the First Con Congressional
gressional Congressional District Convention to be held in the city of Ocala, Fla., on the
17th day of May, 1912. and also to elect six delegates-and sir alternates
to attend the Republican State Convention to be held in the city of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, Fla., on the 18th day of May, 1912, and to transact sueh other
business as mar be orouerlv brought before said meeting:.

' I
Committee Representing the Republican

Yes, But Is It Right?
Carrying a watch is of little value unless it keeps
right time. Every watch should be carefully gone
over by a practical watch repairer once in every 18

months. Don t spoil your

Bring it in here today.
. OCALA, : : : : : FLORIDA.

- Following arc tst a Few of the Thousands of
Articles Cairied in oar Great Fcrnitare, Hardware,
Hotfse Famishing and General Supply Store. Come
in and look the stock over, you will find many
things yon want;
For thejOfficct-
Roll and Flat TooJ??tSfTypewriter Desks, Stenographer's
Desks, Office Chairs stools, Sofas, Etc.

For the Dining Room

Handsome Round or Square Extension Tables, Dining Chairs,
Rugs, Sideboards and Chiffoniers, Bouffets, China Closets, China
Dinner Sets, Lamps, Fine Table Linen, Etc.
Parlor Furniture
Handsome Mahogany, Oak, Willow or Mission Chairs, Straight
Backed or Rockers, Tables, Sofas, Lamps, Rugs and Carpets, Pic Pictures.
tures. Pictures.
Bedroom Furniture
Beautiful Dressers and Wash Stands in Golden Oak, Birdseye
Maple or Mahogany. Beautiful Iron and Brass Beds in over Fifty
Different Varieties and Prices. Rugs and Mattings, Chiffoniers au1
Wardrobes, Toilet Sets, Blankets, Comforts and Linens.
For The Pantry and Kitchen
Handsome Refrigerators and Ice Chests in Several Different
Makes and Styles and any Size or Price Desired. Stoves and Ranges
In Either Wood or Oil Burners. Kitchen Cabinets and Tables.
Hardware Department
Anything. Desired in Silverware for the Table, Cutlery and
Slssors in our Hardware Department; Shotguns, Rifles and Ammu Ammunition;
nition; Ammunition; Fire Sets, Screens and Irons, Etc
Carriage and Harness Dept
Buggies, Carriages and Wagons for all Purposes, Harness, Sad Sad-Domestic
Domestic Sad-Domestic and Imported, Art Squares, Mattings, Etc, in the Coutnry.
dies, Iap Robes, Whips and Everything for the Horse or Vehicle.
PHONE 47 North Magnolia St. OCALA, FLA.

la Northern -R. R.Go.

' In Effect Sunday, March 31st, MU2
Southbound Northbound

X. 19 Mixed
Leave Palatka. ...... 5:49 a. m.
Arrive Ocala. .... .10:35 a. m.
. No. 17 Panaemxer"
Leave.... Palatka. 5:10 p. m.
Arrive ...... ..Ocala. 7:45 p- m
No. 15 Fanaeaft-er
Leave .......Palatka ......10.50 a. m.
Arrive Ocala
....1:20 p. m.

Daily Except Sundays.
Connects at Ocala with Seaboard Air Line and Atlantic Coast Line
Connects at Palatka with O. S. & F.. P. E. C. and A. C. L.
S. P.iHOlJLlWRAKE, General Passenger Agent,
Ocala, Florida



M. J. Roess,
Geo. K. Robinson,
David S. Williams,
Electors of Marion County, Fla.
No. 12 Passenger
Leave Ocala 7:30 a.
Arrive Palatka 10:10 a.
No. 14 Passenger
Ocala 2:30 p.
Palatka 4:50 p.
No. IS
. .Ocala. .
. .Palatka,
12:15 p.
. 4:40 p.


TS? Chalice
of Courage
leaf Um Story el Certifc Persons WW
Dnak elltaaa CMn
A Romance of Colorado
4ufhor cf "The Ring and die Man.
The Island ot Rezeaenboa." "Tim
Better Man. "Hearts and the HiK;
way." "A the Sparks Fly UpwarA"
HJastratioas hj Elliworti Yoaaf
& 0
(Copyright, mi, by W. Q. Capmr
The Last Resort of Kings and Men.
The sudden entrant upon a quarrel
between others is invariably at a dis disadvantage.
advantage. disadvantage. Usually he is unaware
of the cause of difference and general generally
ly generally he has no idea of the stage of de development
velopment development of the affair that has been
reached. Newbold suffered from this
lack of knowledge and to these dis disadvantages
advantages disadvantages were added others. For
instance, he had not the faintest idea
as to who or what was the stranger.
The room was not very light in the
day time. Armstrong happened to be
standing with his back to it at some
distance from, the window by the side
of which Enid stood. Six years nat naturally
urally naturally and inevitably makes some dif difference
ference difference in a man's appearance, and it
Is not to be wondered that at first
Newbold did not recognize the man be before
fore before him as the original of the face in
his wife's locket, although he had stud studied
ied studied that face over and over again. A
nearer scrutiny, a longer study, would
have enlightened him of course, but
for the present he saw nothing but a
stranger visibly perturbed on one side
and the woman he loved apparently
fiercely resentful, stormlly indignant,
confronting the other with an up upraised
raised upraised hand.
The man, whoever he was, had af affronted
fronted affronted her, had aroused her indigna indignation,
tion, indignation, perhaps had insulted her, that
was plain. He went swiftly to her
side, he interposed himself between
her and the man.
"Enid," he asked, and his easy use
of the name was a revelation and an
illumination to Armstrong, "who is
this man, what has he done?"
It was Armstrong who replied. If
Newbold were in the dark, not so he;
although they had never spoken, he
had seen Newbold. He recognized
him instantly, indeed, recognized or
not, tho newcomer could be no oth-
"You Coward!" She Cried.
than he. There was doubtless no oth
er man In the mountains. He had ex expected
pected expected to find him when he approach approached
ed approached the hut and was ready for him.
To the fire of his ancient hatred and
jealousy was added a new fuel that
increased its heat and flame. This
man had come between Armstrong and
the woman he loved before and had
got away unscathed; evidently he had
come between him and this new wo woman
man woman he loved. Well, he should be
made to suffer for it this time and by
Armstrong's own hands. The in instant
stant instant Newbold had entered the room
Armstrong had thirsted to leap upon
him, and he meant to. do it. One or
the other of them, he swore in his
heart,- should never leave that room
But Newbold should have his chance.
Armstrong was as brave, as fearless,
as intrepid, as any man on earth.
There was much that was admirable
in his character; he would not take
any man at a disadvantage in an en encounter
counter encounter such as he proposed. He
would not hesitate to rob a man of his
wife If he could, and he would not
shrink from any deceit necessary to
gain his purpose with a woman, for
good or evil, but he had his own ideas
of honor, he would not shoot an en enemy
emy enemy in the back for Instance.
Singular perversion, this, to which
some minds are liable! To take from
a man his wife by subtle and under underhand
hand underhand methods, to rob him of that
which makes life dear and sweet
there was nothing dishonorable in
that! But to take his life, a thing of
infinitely less moment, by the same
process that was not to be thought
of. In Armstrong's code it was right,
it was imperative, to confront a man
with the truth and take the consequen consequences;
ces; consequences; but to confront a woman with a lie
and take her body and soul, if so be she
might be gained, was equally admir admirable.
able. admirable. And there are other souls than
Armstrong's In which this moral in inconsistency
consistency inconsistency and obliquity about men
and women has lodgment!
Armstrong confronted Newbold
therefore, lustful of battles; he yearn yearned
ed yearned to leap upon him. his fingers itched
to grasp him, then trembled slightly as
he rubbed them nervously against his
thumbs; his face protruded a little, his
eyes narrowed.
"My name is Armstrong," he said,
determined to precipitate the Issue
without further delay and flinging the
words at the other in a tone of hec hectoring
toring hectoring defiance which, however
strange to say, did net seem to effect
Newbold in any perceptible degree.
The name was an illumination to
him, though not at all in the way the
speaker had fancied; the recollection
of it was tho one fact concerning her

tliat rankled In the solitary's mind.
He had often wanted to ask Enid Malt Malt-land
land Malt-land what sbe had meant by that
chance allusion to Armstrong which
she had made in the beginning of their
acquaintance, but he had refrained.
At first he had no right to question
her; there could be no natural end to
their ejections; and latterly when
their hearts had been disclosed to each
other in the wild, tempestuous, pas passionate
sionate passionate scenes of the last two or three
days, he had had things of greater mo moment
ment moment ;o engage his attention, subjects
of more importance to discuss with
(Continued Tomorrow)

To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: I hereby announce myself a
candidate for representative from this
county to the next legislature, and so so-lic't
lic't so-lic't the support of the voters, prom promising,
ising, promising, if elected, to represent the peo people
ple people in all measures looking to their
welfare. Edwin Spencer, Jr.
To the Democratic Voters ol Mar Marlon
lon Marlon County, Florida: I have decided to
become a candidate in the coming pri primary
mary primary for member of the next legisla legislature,
ture, legislature, and solicit and will appreciate
yomt support. Respectfully,
W. J. Crosby.
Citra, Fla., Feb. 28.
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County: I hereby announce myself as
i candidate for the office of county
Judge of Marion county, subject to the
iemocratic primary to be held on th
JOth day of April, and in so doing I am
not unmindful of the fact that I am
personally unknown to many of the
voters of the county, but for the reason
chat I have not the money to make an
ictive canvass of the county, I shall
content myself with placing my name
before the people as best I can. I have
no influential or wealthy friends or
relatives on whom to rely for support
in fuithering my candidacy, but rely
entirely on the wishes of the people as
expressed at the polls, should they see
fit to honor me with the office, I shall
endeavor to fully compensate by faith
ful attention to the duties of the of office,
fice, office, should they see fit to refuse me
the offlce. I shall accept their choice
without criticism, as my struggles and
di3appointments in life have been too
many to allow it to deter me in my
efforts to meet with success in my
chosen profession. I am not a politic politician
ian politician within the meaning of one con constantly
stantly constantly seeking an office, and am now
asking for office only for the reason
that I feel capable of filling it to the
satisfaction of all, and that it will ma materially
terially materially aid me in many ways in my
I assure those who see fit to support
of my sincere appreciation.
Respectfully submitted,
TVm. M- Gober.
I am a candidate for county judge of
Marion county, subject to the demo democratic
cratic democratic primaries. During the last
three years, while I worked as book bookkeeper
keeper bookkeeper during the day, I studied law
at night and January last I went be before
fore before the supreme court and was ex examined
amined examined upon twenty-three branches of
American law (one of which was Am American
erican American law of administration) and was
admitted to practice law in all the
courts of Florida. This fact will as assure
sure assure you that I am competent to per perform
form perform all the duties of county judge.
Now, my friends and fellow demo democrats,
crats, democrats, I ask you to take the trouble to
inquire as to who and what I am, and,
if from these inquiries, you are satis satisfied
fied satisfied that I am competent and merit
your support, I will appreciate your
confidence and will, if elected to the
office of county judge, never betray
your trust. W. K. Smith.
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: I announce myself as a can candidate
didate candidate for re-election to the office of
sheriff of Marion county, subject to the
(iemocratic primaries, to be held on the
30th day of April, 1912, and respectful respectfully
ly respectfully solicit the support of the people of
Marion county.
Trusting that my record has been
juch that it will warrant your sup support
port support in the future, I am.
Yours very respectfully,
John P. Galloway.
To the Democratic Voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion County: I hereby announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-election to the
office of tax collector of Marion coun county,
ty, county, and I promise, if elected, to con continue
tinue continue to discharge the duties of said
office to the best of my ability.
Appreciating past favors and solicit soliciting
ing soliciting your support in the approaching
primary, I am. Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert
To the Democratic Voters of Marlon
County: At the earnest solicitation of
many of our people, I announce my myself
self myself a candidate for re-election as clerk
of the circuit court for Marion county.
I am not unmindful of the kindness
shown me In the past, and the splendid
vote heretofore given me, for which, as
! you know. 1 have always been RTate-
j ful. If you again elect me. I will give
I my best ability (gained from exper experience)
ience) experience) to the discharge of the many
S luties of the office. With assurance
i to all. of my kindest feeling for past
, favors, I again solicit your influence
in my behalf. S. T. Sistrunk.
I respectfully tate to the people of
this county that I am a candidate for
the nomination for clerk of the circuit i
Ico-irt in the coming primary and
solicit their support. P. H. Nugent.
To my friend-- who supported me in
the cam paign of two years ago. I ex
iten-l thank-;, and with the best of feel-
;in; toward t?io.--e who expressed their
nrvferenr- -.t !u-rwje. 1 aga'n respect

f-i'.Iy prr-?ent my r.arnt to you as a can- ;
Mi l.i :e fr the office f tax is?or for! The new and handsome store room.
Marion county. 'roomy and modern plate glass front.
Mv record for the twenty-eight i Possession at once, and can be fitted

years is he fore
and if the same you in casting a vote my way.

I assure you that it will be duly ap appreciated,
preciated, appreciated, and know that you will
never have cause to regret iL
It would afford me great pleasure to
make a personal canvass and meet
tou in your homes, but time and means
forbid, therefore will leave rr.y claim in
your hands for your worthy considera consideration.
tion. consideration. AH I ask cf you is to be given a
chance, and 1 wilt prove to you that it
does not require years of experience to

1 become a xood assessor. It is unfair to
measure my corn in some other's half half-bushel,
bushel, half-bushel, besides a new broom does sweep
mighty clean. James R. Moorhead.
I am a candidate for re-election, be believing
lieving believing the people of Marion county
know that no matter what a man's
ability may be, it will require years of
experience to make him a good asses assessor,
sor, assessor, and 1 am sure that you never
voted for a man in your life who ap appreciated
preciated appreciated your support more highly or
tried harder to deserve it.
Alfred Ayer.
I hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of treasurer of Ma Marion
rion Marion county, subject to the rules of the
democratic party, and ask my friends
for their support, Respectfully,
Ocala, Fla. C. M. Livingston.
To the White Democratic Voters of
Marion County, Fla.: I hereby announce
my candidacy for re-election to the of office
fice office of county treasurer.
Having been appointed by the gov governor
ernor governor on recommendation of the demo democratic
cratic democratic executive committee to fill out
Mr. Pasteur's term of office. I have
given the office my closest personal at attention
tention attention in order to save the county all
Interest possible, and I will appreciate
an endorsement of my past record by
the people of Marion county.
Very respectfully,
John M. Graham.
I have decided to become a candi candidate
date candidate for the offlce of county treasurer
of Marion county, and I ask the sup support
port support of the voters of the county for
this position. Believing that the sal salary
ary salary is more than enough for the work
entailed, I pledge myself that if I am
elected to the office, I will give one one-half
half one-half of the sum the office pays, what whatever
ever whatever that amount may be, to the board
of public instruction of the county, to
be used in the schools of the county. I
feel that I am in every way qualified
to fulfill the duties of the office.
Ocala, Fla. T. A Cobb.
To the democratic electors In the
approaching primary election: I am a
candidate for nomination for a second
term as superintendent of public in instruction
struction instruction for Marion county.
I shall be glad to discuss freely any
feature of the administration of the
office with any person at any time or
I know that conditions are now such
that I could largely increase the ef efficiency
ficiency efficiency of the supervision over what
has been possible in the past.
If you feel that our school Interests
would be served by my re-election, I
shall be grateful for your support.
Very respectfully yours,
J. H. Brlnson.
I am a candidate for county superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of public instruction, subject
to the democratic primaries.
I am a. graduate of Transylvania
I have taught successfully for twen twenty
ty twenty years In Marlon county.
1 am confident I can improve the
supervision of our county schools.
If you think so, vote for me.
P. Wilson Green.
I respectfully announce myself for
re-election to the office of county sur surveyor
veyor surveyor for Marlon county, subject to
the action of the democratic primaries
of April 30. W. A. Moorhead.
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
County, Florida: I hereby announce
myself as a candidate for county sur surveyor
veyor surveyor for Marion county, subject to the
democratic primaries, to be held on the
30th day of April, 1912, and respectful respectfully
ly respectfully solicit the support of the people of
Marion county. Yours truly,
R. W. Ferguson.
I hereb.' announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of supervisor of
registration of Marion county, subject
to the action of the democratic party.
I have had experience in the office,
understand the work, have been for
forty-seven years a consistent demo democrat
crat democrat and ask for your support.
Ocala, Fla. J. A. Tucker.
I am a candidate for the office of
supervisor of registration, subject to
the wishes of the voters in the demo democratic
cratic democratic primary. Respectfully,
Cotton Plant, Fla. D. M. Barco.
At the request of many voters In the
precinct, I have decided to again be a
candidate for the offlce of county com commissioner
missioner commissioner from this, the first commis commissioner's
sioner's commissioner's district of Marion county, sub subject
ject subject to the action of the democratic
primaries. I believe, as many other
business men do, that a man can do
more and better work for his county
during the second term of office on the
board of county commissioners, than Is
possible during his first term. I ask
the voters for their support and prom promise
ise promise th. people to put my best efforts
into th administration of this Import Important
ant Important office. Respectfully.
C. (Ed) Carmlchael.
I wish to announce to the democratic
voters of district No. 1 that I am a
4 candidate for a member of the board
!Qf county commissioners for Marion
; county from said district, subject to
'the democratic primary election to be
jhelJ April 20. 1912. Your support w'll
I be appreciated and If I am elected I
! will promise you to do my full duty as
i a commissioner. R. B. Meffert.
i up according to needs of tenant. Ap-
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( ream Freezers. An inexperienced person ran make Ice ueca
that is deliciousiy snmth and mallow, and that will fairly celt
in your mouth, thus making hct weather a pleasure instfd cf
a discomfort. We have all sizes from one gallon up.
Make your own Ice Cream. It is better and cheaper.
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FEorMa Auiito Sales Co.

North of Government BuIIdlnn



All Old Building
Material Consist-
iug of Doors,
Frames. Sash,
Blinds and all in inside
side inside Trim Going
Cheap While It




Rates Reasonable American and European Plan
Just Opened Finest European Grill Room in the South



Dixie Flyer,"

"South Atlantic Umitei"
"Montgomery Route."
rhrough Pullman Cars to Chicago. SL
Louis. Cincinnati. Indianapolis. ?
Louisville. Nashville. Atlanta
and Birmingham to

For information, or reservation, call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, Ticket Agent, Ocala, Flo.

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Are at our fingers ends. There Is no
make of car with which we are not fa familiar.
miliar. familiar. There Is no facility lacking
here that will insure speedier and
bettor -work. Fend us your machine
when it needs attention. It will get
just the kind it needs here.
Ocala. Fla.
Seminole Umited,"